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Title Broken screen : 26 conversations with Doug Aitken : expanding the image breaking the narrative / edited by Noel Daniel.

Published New York : Distributed Art Publishers ; London : Thames & Hudson [distributor], 2006.

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Physical description 228 pages : illustrations (chiefly colour) ; 24 cm
Contents Eija-Liisa Ahtila 18 -- Robert Altman 26 -- Kenneth Anger 38 -- John Baldessari 48 -- Matthew Barney 60 -- Chris Burden 74 -- Bruce Conner 86 -- Claire Denis 96 -- Stan Douglas 102 -- Olafur Eliasson 110 -- Pablo Ferro 122 -- Mike Figgis 136 -- Werner Herzog 146 -- Gary Hill 154 -- Carsten Holler 162 -- Pierre Huyghe 172 -- Alejandro Jodorowsky 182 -- Rem Koolhaas 190 -- Greg Lynn 202 -- Carsten Nicolai 210 -- Richard Prince 218 -- Pipilotti Rist 226 -- Ugo Rondinone 236 -- Ed Ruscha 246 -- Amos Vogel 258 -- Robert Wilson 266 -- Moments: Doug Aitken & Hans Ulrich Obrist 279 -- Diagram of Nonlinear Film 291 -- Captions 296.
Summary "Broken Screen is a manifesto for navigating the future of communication. In twenty-six candid conversations, this book gives insight into the personal thoughts and motivations of leading artists, filmmakers, and architects as they discuss art-making in an increasingly fragmented world. Drawing on a rich array of cultural references and personal anecdotes, Broken Screen illuminates the ways in which the moving image and the shifting nature of perception provide pivotal sources of inspiration across a range of creative disciplines. With its focus on alternatives to linear storytelling, this book offers a dialogue about ways to advance creative expression."--BOOK JACKET.
Other author Daniel, Noel.
Aitken, Doug, 1968-
Subject Art, Modern -- 21st century.
ISBN 1933045264 (paperback) £21.95